Children are placed in a specific classroom based on their grade. Your child will remain with the same classroom until “promotion Sunday” takes place in August.
KidZone classrooms are staffed by volunteers who have completed a required process and been qualified for service. Many of our volunteers serve each week, giving you and your little one the consistency needed to make an inviting and comfortable environment.
Regular Attendees: Information from regular attendees is entered in the information system. To check in: Enter your telephone number at the check in station. Click on your family name. Check each family member that will be entering classrooms. Click “FINISH”. Place the nametag on the back of your child. Keep the security tag to use for pick up. If this is your first time visiting KidZone, please use a manned check-in station.
DROP OFF/PICK UP
Please make every effort to pick your child up as soon as the service ends. Late arrivals and early pickups interrupt teaching time and disturb children who may be experiencing separation anxiety. We appreciate your prompt drop off and pick up. If your child experiences separation anxiety, it is fine to “wean” your child and help them acclimate by staying in the classroom for a period of time. Your classroom teacher can help guide you and recommend when it is time to try and leave.
Should we need to contact you during the service, you will see your child’s number displayed on the pager screens located to the left and right of the stage in the worship center. If you see “99” on the pager screen and are an approved worker, please come to the check in desk; help is needed in one of our rooms.
WELL CHILD POLICY
Because we care about your children and our volunteers, we ask that sick children not attend. Please read and adhere to our well child policy.
The Gospel Project® for Kids immerses kids and preschoolers in the gospel through every story, theological concept, and call to mission from Genesis to Revelation. Ultimately, the gospel message changes everything; heart transformation can only take place when a child experiences the gospel. Through The Gospel Project® for Kids, kids and preschoolers will understand the Bible is not just a collection of stories, but one unified story—God’s story of redemption.
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